Title: Voyage Of The Acolyte
Style: Prog Rock, Classic Rock
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Voyage of the Acolyte is the first studio album by English guitarist, songwriter, and singer Steve Hackett, released in October 1975 on Charisma Records as his only album recorded and released while he was a member of Genesis. Hackett recorded the album during a break in group activity in mid-1975 and used guest musicians, including Genesis bassist Mike Rutherford and drummer Phil Collins, to play on the record. It has a loose concept with the title and lyrics of each track inspired by a Tarot card.
Labels: ℗ 1975 All tracks: Steve Hackett M/S Marketed.
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Voyage of the Acolyte" is considered by many to be a 'lost' Genesis album. I only partly agree with this as I think this album has more of Hackett's stamp on it than Genesis'. From the very beginning, we launch into "Ace of Wands," which is an uptempo piece and goes through a myriad of moods and styles before finally deciding where to end up. I don't mean this in a negative way of course. The piece just jumps around a lot and it's thrilling to hear . Great record by ex-Genesis member Steve Hackett. This album has the sound of Genesis but with Hackett's personal twist, after all Phil Collins and Tony Banks contributed to this solo effort by Hackett. If you are a fan of early Genesis music this is a must for your collection.
Steve Hackett is one of the most influential guitarists in the history of progressive rock. His technique and innovative approach in the use of a guitar are praised by many classical guitar fans; his acoustic playing style and signature finger-tapping technique that he used quite frequently was later taken by quite a few famous guitarists, including Eddie Van Halen Hackett joined Genesis in 1971, after the departure of original guitarist Anthony Phillips. Voyage of the Acolyte is an album firmly stationed in the upper echelon of progressive rock. It is more likely to please progressive fans than anything that Genesis recorded after Hackett’s departure following 1976’s Wind and Wuthering, precipitated by the refusal of the band to record more of his invaluable material, with especially Tony Banks growing more dominant creatively.
The basic instrumental elements of progressive rock are heard loud and clear throughout the album, including Mellotron, harmonium, flute, and bells, and none with a minor role to play. Collins, Hackett, and Sally Oldfield all donate their voices to a few of the songs here, adding a nice touch to the heavy insertion of electronics